Podiatry resources

Queensland Health offers enormous opportunities for podiatrists.

The public health sector gives clinicians the rare opportunity to use their clinical and prescribing knowledge to provide a broad range of prevention and management solutions for people presenting with foot disease.

Being a podiatrist means you play a critical role in changing the lives of people you treat, being part of a vibrant and supportive team and enjoy the career and professional development opportunities available to Queensland Health employees.

The podiatrist is a key member of the multidisciplinary high-risk foot team including other allied health professionals, diabetes nurse educators, endocrinologists and vascular surgeons working across a range of acute and community-based settings in rural, regional and metropolitan Queensland.

Podiatry is a rich, diverse profession. From high risk foot pathology, to incorporating biomechanics and prescribing, you’re keeping people on their feet.

Working in Queensland

Information about Queensland Health’s allied health job opportunities, including eligibility and how to apply is available on the Work for Us website.

Hear from podiatrists working in Queensland Health

Multi-disciplinary team

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Type of person

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Quality of life

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High-risk foot service

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Passion for podiatry

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Clinician from NHS

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Remote lifestyle

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Career opportunities

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Last updated: 13 May 2020